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50882obit: Edna Christiana Hahn Nesloney

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  • Rosemary Ermis
    Apr 4, 2010
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      Edna Christiana Hahn Nesloney was called away to Heaven on March 3rd 2009.  

      She was born in Gonzales County on Oct. 17, 1916 to August Hahn Sr. and Emma Schindler Hahn and moved to Karnes City at the age of 16 where she met and married the love of her life Bill Nesloney.   She helped him run a blacksmith shop for over 50 years.   She was well known for her skill of sharpening saws.   She loved playing games with her grandchildren and great grandchildren.   Edna also enjoyed watching them participate in sports.   She loved the Spurs, Cowboys and Astros.  She was a member of St. Paul ’s Lutheran Church .  She was a most loving sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother.  

      She was preceded in death by her husband Bill Nesloney, daughter Doris Markert; brother Christian Hahn; and sister Martha Maxwell.  

      She is survived by daughter Audrey Miller and her husband Terry of Karnes City; son-in-law Bernard Markert of Victoria; brother August Hahn and his wife Gay of Kenedy; sister Tillie McGuire of Victoria; grandchildren Bernie Markert and wife Lynette, David Markert, Randy Markert and wife Sandy, Sherry Camp and husband Doug, Ray Allen Miller, Robin Martinez and husband Ben; great grandchildren Brooke, Meagan, Lyndsay, Amber, Lena, William, Celine, Gerald, Allise, Anita, Vanessa, Morgan, Landon, Amanda, Christine, Tiffany, Savannah, Brooke, and Cody; and great great grandchildren Michael, Emma, Reilin, and Zoey.  

      Funeral services were held 10:30 AM, Thursday, March 5, 2009 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Karnes City with interment following in the New Bremen Cemetery.   Serving as pallbearers were Ben Martinez, Ray Allen Miller, Bernie Markert, David Markert, Randy Markert, and Doug Camp.   Honorary pallbearers are her great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren.    In Lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St. Paul ’s Lutheran Church of Karnes City, the American Cancer Society or charity of your choice.  

      Rhodes Funeral Home